20 MAR 2017

Visitors found second Pensioners Fair to be very useful

Visitors to the second of Karen Lumley MP's Pensioners' Advice & Information Fairs said they found the event very useful and interesting, while groups taking part found the connection with like-minded organisations to be invaluable. Some 22 organisations took part in the event, at the Mettis So...


13 MAR 2017

Second Pensioners Fair to showcase services for older people

Staff from Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch's office, have been busy organising a second Pensioners' Advice & Information Fair, set for this Friday (17 March) from 10am-12pm at the Mettis Social Club in Cherry Tree Walk, Batchley. A similar one held at the Rocklands Social Club, Headless Cross on ...


13 MAR 2017

Redditch business leaders learn of Heathrow expansion plans and get advice on exporting

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, held the latest in her Business Leaders meetings on Friday (10 March 2017) at Osprey House, Heart of Worcestershire College in Albert Street, Redditch. A busy agenda confronted the 30 top managers, representing businesses in and around Redditch. First off, May...


08 MAR 2017

Statement regarding the death of Callum Cartlidge

First and foremost I send my most sincere condolences to the Cartlidge family. My thoughts at this time are with the family and also with the paramedics and staff who dealt with this sad situation. I have been in touch with Jeremy Hunt and with Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust about this ca...


06 MAR 2017

First Pensioners Fair lauded as a great success by all

The first of two Pensioners' Advice & Information Fairs to take place in March, organised by staff from Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch's office, has been acclaimed as a great success by all who took part. Some 23 organisations took part in the event, at the Rocklands Social Club, Headless Cros...


27 FEB 2017

Pensioners Fair all set for Rocklands Club

More organisations have now signed up for a forthcoming Pensioners' Advice & Information Fair organised by staff from Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch's office, this Friday (3 March 2017). The event, set for the Rocklands Social Club, Birchfield Road, Headless Cross from 10am-12pm, now boasts some...


27 FEB 2017

Karen congratulates Pete the Meat on awards win

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, has today (27 February 2017) congratulated local butcher Pete the Meat who has scooped the Midlands winner in the Butcher category of the Countryside Alliance Awards. The awards celebrate those businesses and groups working hard to keep rural life ticking. The c...


27 FEB 2017

Health Lottery grants to transform Redditch communities

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, has today (27 February 2017) welcomed the announcement of multiple grants for communities in Redditch. The People's Health Trust has awarded money raised through The Health Lottery to three community projects in Redditch. More than £23,000 will be awarded...


21 FEB 2017

Karen Lumley welcomes 4 millon pound investment in motoring tech

Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County, has today (21 February 2017) welcomed the announcement of £4 million Government investment for traffic beating technology. The Worcestershire Local Authority is one of nineteen councils across England to receive a share of the investment and will spend &po...


13 FEB 2017

Pensioners Fairs to showcase services for older people

Staff from Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch's office, have been busy organising two forthcoming Pensioners' Advice & Information Fairs – one-stop shops designed to introduce support, voluntary and other relevant services and organisations to those of pensionable age in Redditch. Karen has, d...


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Important Message

Statement on Westminster attack

 

Following the attack on police and members of the public in central London yesterday (Wednesday, 22 March 2017), Karen Lumley, MP for Redditch County commented as follows:

"Yesterday was a very sad day for the people of our country, particularly in London, and my first thoughts are with those who were killed or injured and their families.

"Westminster is the seat of one of the oldest and most respected Governments in the world, and upholds values of free speech, liberty, human rights, and the rule of law – values shared by free people around the world. Amongst the bloodshed of yesterday, we must never waiver from our resolve to beat the terrorists.

"I, along with many MPs, actually knew PC Keith Palmer, the policeman who died, because he was often the first friendly face we would see when entering the Parliamentary estate. I often shared a morning joke with him. My deepest sympathies lie with his family and those of others killed or injured."

Karen was not in Parliament yesterday as she is currently still at home in Redditch recovering from her illness.

    

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